Brighton have signed previously released trio Bruno, Inigo Calderon and Casper Ankergen, according to Sky Sports.
The veteran trio have all agreed one-year deals with the Championship side who released them just a matter of weeks ago.
The news comes after the squad evaluation conducted by current manager Sami Hyypia who believes Bruno, Calderon and Ankergen can add to his the squad depth.
33-year old midfielder Bruno originally joined on a free transfer from Valencia and has made 64 appearances in three seasons at the club.
34-year old goalkeeper Casper Ankergen joined the club in 2010 and went on to make 75 appearances before his release and re-signing.
Inigo Calderon has been with Brighton since 2010 and the 34-year old recently became the club’s longest-serving player.
Brighton manager Hyypia told the press, “Casper, Bruno and Inigo have been important members of the squad in recent years, and I am pleased they have agreed terms with club for another year.
“They’re experienced heads with a lot of games between them, they know the Championship well and they give us continuity within the squad.
“I had a limited knowledge of all three, but Nathan Jones has given me some sound input on the entire squad – including the three of them.
“Having had a chance to review a number of DVDs from last season, I can see their qualities and I am sure they’ll continue to be key for us in the season ahead.”